New Zealander Expats In France
If you are looking to connect with New Zealander expats in France, then this page brings together all the latest expat blogs France written by New Zealander bloggers, any interviews, articles and news items we have here at ExpatsBlog.com.
Latest Blogs by New Zealander Expats Living in France
- Access Riviera
I'm an expat Kiwi. A mother, ex-travel agent & lover of coffee, blogging travel advice on the French Riviera for families and/or persons with reduced mobility
- The Antipodean Parisienne
Paris-based New Zealander, Architect and amateur cook. Obsessed with food after a childhood of meat and 3 vege, here you'll find recipes and photography of Food, Paris and the places I travel
- Where in the world is Gwannel Sandiego?
Since 2006, Gwan has been roaming around Europe, and is currently based in the Loire Valley city of Tours. Bumps on the road include disastrous jobs and lack thereof, thieving flatmates & a lot of wine. Where to next?
Writer, mum and foodie. I'm a Kiwi, in France for my husband's work (and hey, seemed like a good excuse). I write novels, attempt french, look after my littlies and see bits of Europe. Or Paris at least.
Latest Expat Interviews/ Articles
- American Expat Living in France, Interview With Nancy
Nancy Kate began her journey at the tender of age of 3 when she took upon her tricycle to escape the everyday monotony of the stress-filled toddler lifestyle. Upon her return to her Mother's care,...
Latest News Relating to France or New Zealand
- UK expats in Cyprus to campaign for fuel allowance
British expats living in Cyprus are ready to campaign against the UK government’s proposal to stop their winter fuel allowance from next year. Expats residing in the Mediterranean country have...
- New Zealand’s Kea expat network reaches 500,000
A global network designed for New Zealanders living overseas has hit the half-million-member mark. Kea, which was launched in 2001 by Professor David Teece and The Warehouse founder Sir Stephen...
- Elderly British expats shot dead in France
Police in southwestern France have launched an investigation after an elderly expat couple from the UK were found shot dead by their home cleaner. Derek and Sheila Hawkins, 98 and 86, were found...
- Hidden financial and legal hurdles cause most expat stress
A recently released survey warns that would-be expats seeking a new life overseas should watch out for hidden hurdles such as tax and currency issues or unfamiliar legalities. Up to 400,000 Brits...
- QROPS aces in the tax hole for permanent expat residents
QROPS are still a good choice for expats living permanently overseas as they give significant tax advantages in addition to conforming to the new pension rules. Overseas workers and expats...